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ITANTKD—A girt for ffouoral housework. Uao. M. Regitit^r, 218 1st St. cow. H. H. Bontley, 221 80. side. i*OB SALE—Team harness, wntfon and milch ].§ TEN —Our catalogue explains how wo teach barber tiude in short time. Mailed free, ioler Barber College. Minneapolis. Minn. usir:wmi c.». KBU%--IEW \«KK lipi: fPROFESSIONAL CARDS '.V_ •*&». E. BYRNE Official Abstracter of Titles torn BURLEIGH COUNTY Abstracts eiiarantocvl by bni of $T),000. jsjjSg&TVIophoiie 96 THIRD ST.. lilSMARC'K, N. D. PATTERSON ATTORNEY AT LAW. Money to Loan Fibst Nat'i. Hank Bi,ch C. L. KDICK iw INSURANCE "82 And Soourlty Bends. 'bone 15. First Nat i. Hank ck ...First -7 National Bank BISMAECR. H. D. ESTABLISHED IN 1879 C. B. Little, Pres. F. D. Kkndriok, Vice Pres. S. M. Pye, Cashier. J. L. Bell, Asst. Cash. COE we Choree interest lot Carrying Long stocks. IIADGIN? ,c Krnin. mnnUInu a bliaic on stock*. REFERENCES: 108 NAIIONfll AND STATE BANKS. Private wires to all I-emlitiK Kx cliiirw". and to Hi leading towns ii the Nortliwost. General Offices, Bank of Commerce Bldg., Minneapolis, Minn. 38 & 39, First National Bank Bld'g BISrtARCK. N. D. D. P. LONG, Local Mauajfer. E. G. FIELD, FURNITURE, RUGS. I WINDOW SHADES, I UNDERTAKING. All Goods New, and I Prices the Littlest. IE. 6. FIELD., Wholesale and Retail ...GROCERS... I jj] Dealers iu Coal, Wood, Ice and ill drain. !a Corner third and Broadway |H BISMARCK I N I E O A I will ilrlivpr to any part ef tlincity Wdten Coal For $2.45 Per Ton. C. ourton, Agt. TELEPHONE 17B. Office witli Himmrck Wa.-libiirn l.umber Co. FRANKLIN HOUSE, J. F. COCHRANE, Prop. Rate*, It.oo Per Day 85.00 Per Week, fourth Struct, Bismarck, N. THE CITY THE WEATHER. Maximum temperature yesterday 2. Minimum temperature yesterda 10. Forecast for North Dakota for the twenty-four hours ending tonight at, I Ice Rink Busy—The recent 1 CAPITAL, 9100,000. hitrrent Paid on Time Deposits. ienw'K Bunking HnnlntMiTtaiiiMCted wi rPn,,r a ,nco 1 Membor- Mimical hi]is lnd«»|*?i» dwit (train and Stock Kxchaiw. Ship Us Your Cash Grain We Ouarantee highest Market Price. Our Commission is Only Cent Per liushel. WE BUY AND SELL Wheat, Corn and Oats For future |olivt»r.v at a com misioit of 1 lfc per bushel. ence COMMISSION O A N (Incorporated. Grain and Stocks to greet them. 1 1 ni!lp' liismarck. ./ or a 1 at Makers hall Supper M. A cordial invitation is extended to all. 1 Free Fare to. Mandan—Don't forgot the trains with but few exceptions' are being run with double headers.! The traffic being heavy and the' weather conditions unfavorable being the cause. Another Hanging—Another hanging is billed for the state, this time in Cass count v. whore Roonov. who was charged with the murder of young Sweet in an attempted hold-up last fall, has been convicted and tho jury has fixed the penalty of death. Son-, tonce hit" not yet been passed. I 1 'n* 1 4 1 1 1 be given this year will furnish much amusement and enjoyment. Salaries Restored—At a meeting of the board yesterday the pay of those capitol employes who were subjected to a cut last year, was restored to the old figures. To retain efficient, experi-j enced and trustworthy servants to look after the valuable property of the state it is right that the salaries should I be in keeping with the washes now! ,„. 1 a 8 o'clock: Fair and rising temperature Friday.1 Need More Cars—Coal from the I Wilton mines is reaching far away Painful Accident—While out. about and among the cities of this and sur-1 her home on Avenue A Mrs. Olaf: rounding states and the chief difficulty Franklin slipped on an icy walk and 'he coal company has to wrestle witl: suffered a broken arm. |"'e supply of empty cars with which I to fill orders. Every year the coal M. B. A. Dance—Remember Lin-1 industry on the slope is becoming a coin's birthday and the M. IS. A. dance! more prominent feature anu ere long Feb. 12. Tickets now on sale at Rom- 'bis ington's and Patterson's drug stores.' region. wi tK' Shipment of Sheep—Western sheep Wool and Cattle Exhibit—W. F. men are rushing their sheep to market Oushing appeared before the sheep and every day recentl ylarge trains nien present at the meeting held yes liavo passed through the city enroute terday and urged_ upon those present east. Getting Cold- The thermometers As a result, committees were appointed about the streets took a tumble last ho present at each wool buying low as thirty below zero at 1 o'clock display. The cattle men in the west fjjjc morning. orn ,art snow Heavy Snow East—Railroad men en- ing of the sheepmen Mr. Green re toring the citv from points east and turned last Saturday from Kansas south report that the recent fall of City, where he attended the mooting snow is heavier in the eastern part of of the National Stoekgrowors' associa i, the state than at this point. tion. He reports it as a splendid I slathering of the stockmen of the oouti Baptist Services—Rev. J. A. Monk try. Fifteen thousand men were en of Lexington 111., will preach in the tertained at the "smoker" given by Baptist church next Sunday morning the association The meetings were land evening. You are cordially in- held in the auditorium, and there was vited to come and hear him. great enthusiasm when the convention. representing the cattle interests of the Sacred Concert—Oard's orchestra eotintry. expressed its defiance of the s,anr'"1 Entertained—Mrs. Judge Winchester cave a neighborhood party at her resi dence 011 Fourth street yesterday after noon for her sister. Mr«. Burch. of Minneapolis, who is making a brief visit in the capital city. Board of University and School Lands—At the meeting of the board of university and school lands held at the capitol yesterday the recent sales of school lands were approved and a number of bills allowed. 1 Called on the Governor—The Grand I Forls county delegation called on Governor White in a body yesterday afternoon to present their respects and talk over some matters of interest to the people of that section. The Maccabees—Tho Maccabees have arranged with Prof, (lard's or chostra to furnish dance Feb. music proposed merger of the packing in at. the M. h. church Sunday evening, terests and its intention to oppose the I and as their music is always good, merger, if it was attempted to he nut there will no doubt be a large audi-, into effect. Mr. Green was selected as executive committeeman for the state I of North Dakota. tho pss1 will ho served by tho T„ O. T. M. A ,, W tiror. parties buying reserved seat tickets Entertained at Euchre—Mrs, M. for Charles It. Hanford in "Taming of .lewotl entertained at her homo last the Shrew" are entitled to free faro evening a number of young friends at to Mandan and return. Now on sale at Remington's drug store. To Open Meat Market—.Tos. Timm. of Cassolton. was in tho city yesterday ami is looking up a location to open up a moat market. In his looking over prospective openings ho will visit places on the W. & G. F.. north of glass chatelaine bottle I Another Old Settler Gone—News comes from Fargo of tho death of Mrs. O'Neil. wife of Harry O'Xoil. after a long and ttainful Illness. Mrs. O'Neil oaitte to Fargo w'tii her husband in 1S71 and was then ono of earliest pio neers of the state. Exporting Water—Hismarek's water works system not only furnishes the citv with water, but water cars on tho various roads entering the citv are to ho seen leaving the city daily for various other points less favored than the capital city. Need Double Headers Xotwith standing the powerful locomotive: equipment on this division of tho V. P. BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE: FRIDAY, JANUARY 30, 1903. a prominent coal mining tho importance of an exhibit of sheep and wool at the St. Ixmis exposition .... night and some of them registered as point and collect samples of wool for through the experiments le1ng made at Sheepmen's Meeting—There was A well attended meeting of the Wool growers' association of the state Inst evening at the Haker bank building. Manv sheepmen from the western part of the state were present and matters of interest to the woolgrowers )jh cussed. The matter of live stool ?av ation and transportation, wool ware houses. etc.. were discussed bv those* nresent and such action taken as was believed to bo to the benefit of tho wool growers. An executive commit tee was selected from the slope coup ties. President J. II. Worst, of the State Agricultural college, made an ad dross to tho members on diversified farming and stock growing in the state which was well received. Tho matter of woo! rales days was left with tho secretary and tho executive "«m mitteo to promulgate. P. Tt. Wick-ham. of Glonullin was elected president of Washington, and is worth the careful piati„n for the ensuin ilson secretarv and treas- progressive euchre. A keen rivalry was manifest at tho various tables throughout the evening and several attained high scores. Among tho la dies to draw for first prize wore Misses Houcher. Florence Sattorlund. Willi ams and Dunkle. Miss Rouoher receiv ing tho award, which was a handsome gentlemen's first pri?e Mr. Norman McDonald was the only eligible, re ceiving a sterling silver valise tag. For the booby prize Messrs. r?ronson. Finnev and Anderson were the oon '"stants. Miss Waggoner eantnrod the laiiios' foot prize. A daintv luncheon was served at which Mrs. roil son and Mrs. Remington assisted the hostess. Those present were: Misses Waggoner. Ara Waggoner. lVmcher. Montague. Hattorhmd. Flor ence Sattorlund. Dunkle. Dietrich. Wilson. Strauss. Williams. Kiipi*?.: Mesilaraos Pronsnn and Remington: Messrs. Charles Anderson, Relk. Dnl lam. Rvrno N. McDonald. O'TIara. Fin nev. W. Kitts. Kupitz. Remington. Foley. Fairfax. Rronson. T,a Rose. 1 PERSONAL. Senator Simpson went to Dickinson on the delayed train last night. Mrs. R. Tourilson has been called here from Stoughton. Wis on account of the «oriotis illness of her uncle Grady, who is at Sr Alexius' hos pital Mr. and Mrs Poole wont to James town yesterday afternoon to attend the Elks dance last night, at which the Dode-Fisl orchestra was to furnish the music. Basket Sale—The lad'es of the Fargo, was an arrival Tuesday Swedish Lutheran church held a night and ho is keeping in foncii '«Vi ti basket social at tho Grand Paeifio hotel proposed legislation on the inspection last evening. Tho sale of baskets was conducted in the dining room of the hotel where Mr Otto Holmborg acted as auctioneer. About SOS was realized. «ome of the baskets going as high as S7.2:.. I Firemen Meet—The |ogjsl«Mvo com mittee of the firemen met la^t night anil talked over matters of interest to the firemen of tho state, Thov have secured a favorable report from tho house committee on the bill exempting the firemen of slate from tho payment of poll tax. and the bill will doubtless pain, cures wind colic and pass the houses. 1 r( ,mP(1v Campfire of the G. A. R.—Tho camp-1 fire of tho G. A R. of this city will he I held at tho Athononm Feb. 5. An ex- Before taking an agency for this cellont program is promised. There. ()t ..llll' deputy oil inspec'or Cantain Wood. of kerosene. State Auditor Holmes left for his Pembina county homo vesterdav to he absent several days attending the an nual meeting of the directors of a couple of banks in which he is hit,..-. ostel. IF THE T1AUY IS CFTTING TEETH. I!p sure and use that old and wpll-t.rie,) remedy. Mrs. Winslows toothing Syrup, for children teething. It soothes the child, softens the gums, allays all the best for diarrhoea. Twenty-five rents a bottle. ..nl. 1 1 1 will be music by Oard's orchestra, and °*. excellent addresses, both by local members and it is possible that John M. Cochrane, of Grand Porks, will be present and make an address. The old soldiers make a feature of these entertainments and the one to rk w'th M. J. McKenzie you a pointer. lg year attention of the legislature. Of course *dato from tho Mutual l,ife doctors to hurry to the scene. t\T ^7 V" 2 11 .• Anything in the tailoring line neatly and promptly done at R. L. Best ft Co.'s. OF PRESIDENT WORST TELLS VALUE OF EXPERIMENT WORK TO FARMERS. IMPORTANCE OF EXPERIMENTS BEING MADE FOR IMMUNE Appropriation by the State for the Furthering of Work Along Agricul tural Lines—New Steps Proposed at College. "We have every iva*on to believe." said President Worsi of the state agri- ultul coMeg(, an( ex )orlniPnt sUtion. aP the state have also agreed to take up the matter of an exhibit "f the live stock resources of the rather handicapped the management of state for the St. I/Miis show. the ice rink but the crisp air and in-, viting ice tempted a large attendance! National Live Stock Meeting—.T. S. again last evening. Green was anions the guests in the city last evening to attend the m«et- wening. that we shall discover aT!'' perfect an immune strain of flax, the college by Prof. Itollev. The mat ter. of course is not definitely settled yet but it is certain that if some such we realize that there are many appli cation* for appropriations but we hope to convince the people of the state that money appropriated for scientific ag ricultural experiments is not wasted but t'hat it returns the farmers them selves manyfold. in the savings of money through our discoveries. "Another line of investigation that we woud like to pursue is in the mat ter of dairy cows. The state is enter ing largely into the business of dairy ing. The average cow produces ti.1v 1to iro pounds of butter a year. The good dairy cow should produce L'".o pounds a year. If we can prove to the dairymen that by breeding or buying a certain grade of cows th^y will double their products and receipts, it will be a matter of vast importance to them. "We do not desire to be understood as complaining that we do not rv»ive the aid we should from the r.tate," added Mr. Worst. "We are doing the greatest amount of work we can wilh the funds we have ami will ooitMniie to do so and if the legislature feels that we are receiving all the aid w» should- then we wi'l cheerfully con tinii" along the present lines, and work to the best advantage possible. If. however, they desire us to enlarge the scope of our work we hope th\v will grant the additional appropriation asked." SHOOTING AT M'HENRY Dr. McLaeohlir Shoot? and Kills a B'irtri Pictqer and Seriously Wounds Deput. Sheriff W'Mo'.ighby, Who is Taken to Fargo for Treatment. There was a fatal shooting affray at Mot|erirv. Foster eou'itv. oarH this week. It appears that a young m. named Mclaughlin- a brother to Dr. Ml^aughlin of McHenry. became in volved in some difficulty with a man who was known as a blind jigger, who -onducting a re-sort of rioiin kind in the village. The blindpigger went out of the place and, within a few minutev. returned with a rifle and was in the act of leveling it at the younger Mclaughlin, when Mr. Willoughby rushed between the men and struck tlje rille barrel into the air so that the bul let went into the air. When Dr. Mc l^aughlin saw the blindpigger level the rille at his brother, he drew his re volver and shot at the blindpigger. but his bullet struck Mr. Willoughby. He then fired another shot in quick or der, which killed the blindpigger. Dr. Mclaughlin immediately set to work giving aid to Mr. Willoughby and through his efforts, coupled wit! that of General Agent Moulder, a spe cial train was secured for the Fargo IJ W ft 1 ft vuv »7^%.ftft\'» &***./<p></p>The ^onio in and talk it over general sentiment appears to lie that Ho will give, the shooting of the blindpigger was justifiable, but the injuries of Mr. Wil loughb are to be greatly deplored. Dr. Mclaughlin, who did the shooting, i not Dr. Mclaughlin of New Rockford. but is a distant relative. SUICIDE INSURANCE CLAUSE. Committee on Insurance Decides to I Amend the Bill Recommending a One Year Limit of Exemption in Case of Suicide. The senate committee on insurance yesterday afternoon discussed the Leiwis bill, which provided That suicide should not be a defense under any cir I oumstanoes for a life insurance com pany to resist the payment of a claim 1 FLAX SEED. Arguments Advanced in Favor of an unlfcss it was shown that the insured ••ont em plated suicide at the time the policy was taken out. After consider ing the matter and hearing the argu- strain of flax is not perfected, the in is- ide, that intention would 1h difficult ing of flax except on new lands in the I)ro" and this feature of the law would mean that the companies would state, will liave to be abandoned and on new binds two or three veal's will be the limit of flax raising. "It has been agreed by many scien tists who have made a study of the matter." continued Mr. Worst- "that flax wi't is responsible for the failure of flax crops after several years. This is a fungus or parasite which enters the soil and attacks the plants, causing in many cases ninety-five per cent of them to wilt and die. Prof. Hoi ley. 1 believe, was the first to make this di«- covery in this country and 1 bt'lievt that Japanese agricultural scientists have come to about the same sion at about the same time. Now if there are five per cent of the flax jilaius that survive the infection, it is reason able to believe that they are through! some cause Immune, and if we can de velop this class of plants, we hope to be able to produce a seed that" will re sist. infection. in that case there is 110 reason why llax should not Ih1 a* successfully and continuously grown as wheat. "This is the kind of work that is being done at the college and it is for the enlargement of the seop» of the wor that we ask an appropriation of Sil.'.ixHt for the experiment work at tho college. We desire to widen tMe scope of our wor.k at Rdgeley. and li i- sta tion represents a large element of the farming soil of the state. We iwlieve it would be well to establish a station ave to pay in every case of suicide. The most of the old line companies now have the one year clause in ihelr tpolidies. The amended law will re quire assessment companies to abolish their provisions against payment in case of suicide where occurs one yei case of suicide where it occurs on eyear Statistics of Ocean Travel. The two largest German steamship lines carried between them 223,881 passengers last year to America. The ur main Britlsh liue8 arried on ,,. 120.411, and the three American car- rle(1 i*nclu-1 'y Interview the tailor at the Hostcn lien desiring first class work. A Choice of Ways To California is afforded by taking the Chicago Great Western railwav. rioxe connection is made at Kansas »"itv with the finest transcontinental .iuiited." The choice of two through tourist cars via the different routes ay Ic had via this line For further inf.'r»iation apply to any Great West ern agent, or J. 1'. IOlnier. G. P. A., Chicago, 111. Something Doing. In a Western Ontario city a news paper organ is booming a mayoralty candidate on the ground that ho is "a man who does things." The opposi- at Dickinson for the studying of grass tion organ, on the other hand, alleges and forage questions in the interest* that he is a mail who does the people, of the stockmen. This matter was —Ottawa (Canada) Citizen. brought to my attention by govern ment exports the last time 1 was in The Auctioneer. Said a conscientious auctioneer "Ladies and gentlemen, there is no sham about these canets. They are genuine tapestry carpets. I bought them from old Tapestry himself." Florida and the South Via the Popular Monon Route. Tourists ,:nd honie.si 'Ken- tick1 ta all southern i»oints. Fiftfcn days. transit limit, with stopover privilege*. Mps ONE I'NDIIED DOLLARS A P.OX 1 tho value if. A. Tisdale, Sunimerton. S. l\. places 011 DoWitt's Witch Hazel .V ive. He says: "I had tho piles for twenty years. 1 tried many doc-j tor. and medicines, but all failed oept DoWitt's Witch ila/.ol Salvo SKIN-TORTURED BABIES And Tired, Fretted Mothers Find Comfort in Cuticura Soap and Ointment 1 meats that were advanced pro and con the committee decided to recommend an amendment to the bill, providing t.hat suicide shall not be a dufen-e against t.he payment of the policy after one year front the date of the )olicy, and will recommend it to pass as so amended. It was argued lefore the committee that Missouri is the only state in the tinion which has niie flat anti-suicide-defense clause in its law. Several of the old line companies have withdrawn from the state for that rea son. it was further argued that in case a policy holder took out a policy with the intention of committing sui- When All Oilier Remedies and Physicians Fail. Instant relief and refreshing sleep for skin-tortured babies and rest for tired, worried mothers iu warm baths with Cuticura Soap, and gentle anoint ings with Cuticura Ointment, purest of emollient skin cures, to be followed in severe cases by mild doses of Cuticura Hesolveut Pills. 1'his is the purest, sweetest, most S|teedy, It tir permanent and economical treatment for torturing, disfiguring, Itching, burning, bleeding, scaly, crusted anil pimply skin and scalv humours, with loss of hair, of in fants and children, R9 well as adults, and is sure to succeed when all other remedies and the best, physicians fail. The agonizing itching and burning of tiie skin, as iu eczema the frightful sealing, a* iu psoriasis the loss of hair and crusting ft tho scalp, as iu sculled head: the facial disfigurement, as in pimples and ringworm the awful su& fering of infants, and anxiety of worn out parents, as in milk crust, tetter and salt rlieuin,—all demand a remedy of almost superhuman virtues to success fully eope with them. That Cuticura Soap, Ointment and Pills are such at amis proven beyond all doubt. No statement is made regarding thein that is not justified by the strongest evi dence. The purity and sweetness, tho power to a (lord immediate relief, the certainty of speedy and jiermancnt cure, the absolute safety and great economy have made them the standard skin cures and humour remedies of tho civilized world. Author's Opinion of Authors. The Uev. Dr. liillis recently re marked, "I sometimes think tln-.t the only hope for society is to get all the authors in a corner and shoot them for a generation, till we could assim ilate what we already have." Being an author himself, the good man's opinion in this matter is certainly de serving of considerable attention.— Newark News. A SCIENTIFIC DISCOVERY. Kodol does for tho stoma* that which it is unable to do for itself, oven when but slightly disordered or over loaded. Kodol supplies tho natural juices of digestion and does the work of the stomach, relaxing the "orvotis tension, while the inflamed muscles of that organ are allowed to rest and heal. Kodol digests what you eat and enables the stomach and digestive organs to transform all food into rich, red blood. K. G. Patterson &. Co. Maybrick -8 All tickets a l/,ui-vi!lp arc ood on Mrs. Maybriok. in Aylesbury prison, s'opov at French Kick Springs.] has been transferred from the manual Through daily service to Florida, ir- labor department to the library, ginning January 1 •o". For "Ten Routes to the South." rates, folders, UNCONSCIOUS FROM CROUP, etc., address Frank J. Reed, general During a sudden and terrible at passeuger agent, Monon Route. Chi- tack of croup our little girl was un eago or Iv Sessions, general agent I conscious from strangulation, says A. nassencer department. .Ml Andms Spafford, postmaster Chester Labor Changed. Midi., and a uost* of One Minute building. Mmn^upolis, Minn. ooUgii Cure was administered and re peatcd often. It ivilueed the swell Norwegian Exports to France. One-third of the newspapers pub- inK an,i I il,ul lished in France are made of paper \*uA f"1"0* Coughs, Colds. LaCJrippe. and all manufactured from Norwegian spruce ini]annnation. cut the mucous shortly tho child was resting easy T|iri at aW(1 Lull and pine trees, and one-twelfth of the Minute Cough Cure lingers in the French horses have their shoes at- throat and chest and enables tho tached to their hoofs with nails inanu 1 factured by the Christiania horse-nail ing oxygen to the blood Iv (i. i'at factory. 1 terson troubles. One lungs to contribute pure, K- Co. heaith-giv- HUM ESE 10! ERS" EXCV. RSIOXS. Honicseekt-rs rates to nearly all point on .-ale at. low rates by Chicago ..rea' \V -"i: Railway 011 tie' first :.nd i! ir.l Tuesday of each month, Xo em la 1 to Apiil inclusive. Available cured trie." It is a combination of in the through tourist sleeping cars, healing properties of Witch Ilip -el Flr particulars apply to any Great West'U'ii agent, or J. P. Elmer. G. P. A., Salve and antiseptics and emollie.it prices mid permanently cure blind, blooding, itching and pro- I hic igo, III. tripling pile-, sore-:, cuts, bruisey. ec- I •••ma. salt rheum and all skin disease Repairing Tnd pressing E. G. Petterson Co. I done at 1!. I,. Host PHELPS THE JEWELER Practical Watchmaker and Optician llarei'ul fit it ion ^civen to t'uc repairing of fine Wi'tehes ml tilting nt L'llissos. DEALER IN 1 hiimiiils. Watches. \vclr\. Sihvrware. I'iaims mid Ir^ans. We carry 'he eoli-Wniloil I) ivoiijwirt and Tniey Pianos and Needhain )r^ims. \\'t» fs.-ll on the instalment plan. Cull and sir our snoods. C. H. PHELPS, Main St., Opposite Postoffice. BISHARCK. promptly K- I Co.'s.